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A Long-Term Care Ombudsman serves as an advocate who seeks to resolve complaints made by or on behalf of people who are consumers of Long-Term Care services.
To facilitate this outcome the Ombudsman can provide the following activities
  • Receives, investigates, and attempts to resolve problems or complaints affecting residents of Long-Term Care facilities.
  • Answers questions and provides information and referral about Long-Term Care and related services.
  • Promotes resident, family, and community involvement in Long-Term Care.
  • Promotes community education and awareness of the needs of residents.
  • Coordinates efforts with other agencies and organizations concerned with Long-Term Care.
  • Identifies issues and problem areas in Long-Term Care and recommends needed changes

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